Handle With Care
Written and Directed by Kodie Rollan
Amidst the harsh Canadian winter and the city laws that bind us, a man with failed dreams and ambitions is forced to confront the life that he feels he has been deprived of. Handle with Care is a play that looks at our treatment of the homeless population or Canada. Through the tandem use of vocal mask and verbatim text, the play aims to create an empathetic experience that humanizes a population of people that our society tends to ignore.
Set in the streets of downtown Kingston, the play immerses the audience within a familiar setting in the hopes that we reconsider a question that we hear too often, "spare some change today?
Looking for adaptable actors who can play multiple roles.
March 1 & 2, from 7-9pm, with Callbacks to be held on March 3, from 7-9pm
Queen's Theological Hall, Room 106. This building is located on Queen's campus, for a map click here.
- Must be between the ages of 13-30
- Please prepare a 2 minute monologue from a contemporary piece (a dramatic contemporary monologue is recommended but not required!)
- You might be asked to do a cold read as well!
- Sign up for an audition below!
Wednesday March 1
7:00pm- Kristen Kim
7:10pm- Miriam Michielin
7:20pm- Emily-Kate Taylor
7:30pm- Caitlin Stuart
7:40pm- Mollie Roy
7:50pm- Evan Lepp
8:00pm- Jeff McGilton
8:10pm- Chris Johnson
8:20pm- Amanda Lin
8:30pm- Aliya Howard
8:40pm- Jacob MacKenzie
8:50pm- Katrina Clissold
9:00pm- Rose Wagner
Thursday March 2
7:10pm- Jessica Moniere
7:20pm- Emma Pritchard
7:30pm- Sara Cheraghlou